You could argue that the Jungle Cruise, the ride, is timeless. The movie? Not so much.
A cryptic and surreal slog.
Jolt is frustrating in that it doesn’t give its audience much to root for.
Snake Eyes knows what its audience wants: action, action, action. And that’s just what it delivers—in scores of body bags.
Battles and destruction can feel very heavy for a flick aimed at an elementary school-aged audience.
I’m going to give credit where credit is due. Space Jam: A New Legacy is a fun, mostly family-friendly film.
Tournament of Champions is little more than 90 minutes of evil torment, frantic searches, overacted screeches and foul language.
There’s a lot about our heroine worth commending—just as there’s a lot about her, and the film itself, that isn’t.
We expected a movie about a couple of highly trained killers would be exciting. We didn’t expect it to be …
Apart from the political ideas this franchise tries to unpack, there’s still all that gruesome violence to deal with.